10 Up-and-Coming Fashion Designers You Need to Know About


(Original story published on Monday January 26th, 2015 on

Lagerfeld, Jacobs, Ford; Of course you know all the big names in fashion, but what about all the amazing up-and-coming talent?

From Jennifer Lawrence‘s jewellery label du jour, to the new print the coolest street style stars are wearing, we’re highlighting 10 emerging fashion designers who need to be on your radar.

DJ-turned-designer Massimo Giorgetti created the label MSGM inspired by the mash-up of contemporary art and indie music. He’s known for eclectic prints, youthful silhouettes, and on-trend separates.

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On our wish list? MSGM’s Long Sleeve Top (was $945, now $472).

Paul Andrew
Paul Andrew is a British shoe designer whose resume includes working alongside design masters like Calvin Klein and Alexander McQueen. Launched in 2013, his instantly acclaimed footwear brand focuses on impeccable materials and uses the finest Italian production techniques to make each pair.

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Go bold and opt for Paul Andrew’s Shirin Calf Hair & Leather Booties, (was US $1095, now US $438).

Lublu Kira Plastinina
With fans like Taylor Tomasi Hill and Leandra Medine, Russian designer Lublu Kira Platinina is definitely a name that needs to be remembered. Her collections boast wild prints reminiscent of the late ’60s and early ’70s. Our favourite pieces? Her fun and girly knee-length printed dresses.

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Do like the Man Repeller, Leandra Medine, and embrace these fun designs by shopping her latest line at

Marco de Vincenzo
Assisting with the accessories for Fendi, young Italian designer Marco de Vincenzo deepened his love for leather and fur, as can be seen in his own namesake label. Focusing on elegant silhouettes, minimalist shapes and opulent fabrics, Marco de Vincenzo’s line is ideal for the on-trend, ladylike professional.

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Our piece of choice? Marco De Vincenzo’s 3/4 Length Skirt (US $623).

Mother of Pearl
The label may have launched in 2005, but designer Maia Norman has recently introduced her first collection of shoes, where style seriously meets comfort.

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Mother of Pearl’s Achilled Striped Floral Sneaker, ($395) is a great option to stay stylish during commutes in the city.

Hunting Season
Valentino’s accessories atelier, Danielle Corona, started her own line, Hunting Season, which offers sleek, wearable extras with a modern twist.

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Our favourite peace? The classicPython Cosmetic Clutch ($350).

Rosie Assoulin
With internships at Oscar de la Renta, Lanvin, Adam Lippes, and Brian Reyes under her belt, it’s no surprise Rose Assoulin launched her own flawless namesake line. Featuring clean lines and architectural silhouettes, this label is ideal for the modern, ladylike woman.

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Moda Operandi founder, Lauren Santo Domingo is among the designer’s elite list of fans. Shop Rose Assoulin at Moda Operandi.

Ana Khouri
Brazillian-born. NY-based jewellery designer, Ana Knouri creates unconventional pieces that have captured the attention of Carine Roitfeld, Madonna and Jennifer Lawrence.

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On our (somewhat unrealistic) wish list? Ana Khouri’s 18-Karat Gold, Citrine and amethyst two-finger ring, ($17,000).

NY-based designer, Sarah Law is known for simple yet edgy bags and backpacks guaranteed to add a cool-girl punch to any look.

Shop: Kara
We’re loving Kara’s Silver Backpack ($445).

Annelise Michelson
Having learned from the best at Hermes and Vanessa Bruno, Parisian jewellery designer, Annelise Michelson, is known for her intricate lace collar necklaces and spiky metal rings.

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Our piece of choice? We love the whimsical nature of herThorny Rings (£180).

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